Childhood infections are usually classified as measles, rubella, mumps (or mumps), varicella (or chicken pox), scarlet fever and roseola pink. The first four of these are the most common and highly contagious (and highly contagious) diseases. Childhood infections, transmitted by airborne droplets caused by viruses of various kinds.
For these diseases there are some common signs: the acute course with a sudden rise in temperature to 38-40C; headache; malaise; drowsiness; moderate or long incubation period (7-21 days); rashes of different kind (except for pigs).
People have a strong opinion that all these infections have had a better childhood. Today we will try to understand whether this is so. Here are some facts. According to who, the incidence of childhood infections in adulthood is one of the major causes of birth defects in children if they are sick expectant mother.
Childhood infections in adulthood are characterized by a severe course, often with the development of complications such as pneumonia, nephritis, rheumatic processes. After disease of childhood infection in most cases, lifelong immunity is formed.
Nevertheless, given the peculiarities of diseases and the possibility of serious complications, children infection is better to prevent than to treat. Now, many doctors believe that it is better to make the child appropriate vaccinations and sleep. At least, all vaccines for the prevention of childhood infections have very high efficiency.